Newsletter - Issue 136

The Chamber of Deputies Invites Lawyers to Review the Legislation of Administrative Law

The Chamber of Deputies has invited various lawyers, among them Marçal Justen Filho, in order to aid the Work, Administration and Public Service Commision in reviewing the Legislation of Administrative Law. The commision will be presided by professor Márcio Cammarosano and will have as its aim to elaborate a proposal to guarantee greater judicial security in statal intervention and improve the management and the systems that regulate Public Administration.

1st Brazilian Congress on Public Law and Infrastructure

On June 7th in Brasilia, the 1st Brazilian Congress on Public Law and Infrastructure was conducted, among which the challenges of the implementation, expansion and modernization of infrastructure in Brazil were tackled. Click here to access the video of the opening ceremony delivered by Marçal Justen Filho.

Toasts from the Brazilian Institute of Social Security Law (IBDP): interest in appealing

On the 28th of June in Curitiba, yet another edition of Coffee with Toast, of the Brazilian Institute of Social Security Law (IBDP) was conducted (click here). The event had the presence of Carolina Uzeda, who talked about the questions posed by the new Civil Procedure Code in regards to interest in appealing. Manoel Caetano Ferreira Filho and Eduardo Talamini participated as debaters.

Law 13.640/2018: The Service of Individual Transport by Application (JOTA)

The individual transport of passengers has undergone a true revolution since the creation of applications like Uber, 99 and Cabify. An important step in the regulation of this market has been taken recently with the editing of Law 13.640/2018 which has led to timely alterations to Law 12.587/2012 (The National Policy of Urban Mobility). Check out Alexandre Wagner Nester’s and Rodrigo Goulart de Freitas Pombo’s notes in regards to the topic, published in Justen’s Column, in JOTA.

Arbitration in Administrative Contacts: an interview to the National School of Public Administration (ENAP)

Do Laws 13.129/2015 and 13.448/2017 end the discussions regarding arbitrage in administrative contracts? How do regulatory agencies view arbitrage in such cases? These are some of the questions addressed in the interview given by Cesar Pereira to the National School of Public Administration (ENAP) on the 21st of June. The questions were formulated by Rafael Veras de Freitas, professor of the Getúlio Vargas Foundation of Rio de Janeiro. Click here to view the entire interview.

Decree 9.412/2018: an update of the values of the disciplines of procurement

Marçal Justen Filho conceded an interview to the platform Sollicita in regards to Decree 9.412/2018, published on the 18th of June, which updated the values of the disciplines of procurement foreseen in Article 23 of Law 8.666. Click here to obtain integral access to the interview.

Antitrust and Industrial Property: the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) and the National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI) celebrate and agreement of technical cooperation

This month, the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) and the National institute of Industrial Property (INPI) celebrate the Agreement of Technical Cooperation, which was concluded with the objective of trading knowledge to improve the relationship between both institutions and to enhance the combat to infractions of an economic order. Specific goals were established in regards to the training of personnel, the exchange of experiences and the conduction of studies in regards to the interface between the areas. Read the commentaries of Mayara Gasparoto Tonin on the issue.

Public Inquiry of the Brazilian Electricity Regulatory Agency (ANEEL) – Energy Law: production bidding backwards

The Brazilian Electricity Regulatory Agency launched Public Inquiry 007/2018 to collect opinions on the concept of Energy Efficiency Bidding and the set of methodologies utilized in the Regulatory Impact Analysis of the pilot project to be conducted in the state of Roraima. Check Camila Batista Rodrigues’ notes on the inquiry.

Normative Ruling 81/2018 of the Federal Court of Accounts (TCU): the consolidation of rules on the procedure of privatization

On June 20th, the Federal Court of Accounts edited Normative Ruling 81/2018, with the goal of updating and unifying the rules that address the control of the processes of privatization. The main changes include the systematization of steps and processual deadlines and the definition of the scope of the control and monitoring preceding contractual extensions. Check out  Isabella Félix da Fonseca’s comments on the issue.

3rd Congress on Arbitration and Mediation (Itajaí – 20th of July)

On the 20th of July, Itají will host the 3rd Congress on Arbitration and Mediation. The event will be promoted by the Chamber of Mediation and Arbitration of Santa Catarina (CAMESC) with the theme of Concessions and Infrastructure. Cesar Pereirawill participate in the panel that will deal with the arbitration of concessions and Rafael Wallbach Schwind the panel of port arbitration and other infrastructure contracts. Check out the schedule here.

Book Release: Brazilian Port Law – 2nd Edition

On July 20th, in the the 3rd Congress of Arbitration and Mediation by the Chamber of Mediation and Arbitration of Santa Catarina (CAMESC), the 2nd edition of the book Brazilian Port Law will be released (Forum Publisher), which will be coordinated by Cesar Pereira and Rafael Wallbach Schwind. The new edition contains updated norms edited in the last years and contains various additional articles in relation to the first edition

II Journey of Civil Procedural Law (Brasilia – August 12 to 14)

In the next 12 to 14 of August, the Center of Judicial Studies of the Council of the Federal Justice (CEJ) will promote in the Supreme Court of Justice the II Journey of Civil Procedural Law. Eduardo Talamini will participate as scientific coordinator of the module of Professor of Knowledge. Click here to obtain more informations.

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